Chambolle-Musigny is one of the most famous villages of Côte de Nuits. This appellation is rather small. The “Drazey” vineyard is located next to Sentiers and Baudes. The very stony soil is composed of limestone with gravels. It is East and South-East oreinted. The grapes are destemmed. Fermentation takes place in open vats for 3 weeks. The wine is then aged in French oak barrels for about a year. Very nice dark ruby color. Very open and attractive nose, rather classic but complex and “unusual” at the same time. Well balanced in the mouth with soft tannins, nice rythm and nice Côte de Nuits architecture, very lively aromas and nice mineralilty.